This is the first promotional video from Bluey's debut solo album "Leap Of Faith".
Available on March 25 from Dome Records, Shanachie Records and P-Vine Records
Producer / Director / Photographer : MANEX EFREM http://manexefrem.com/
Co Producer & Director: BLUEY
Written & Produced by Jean-Paul "Bluey" Maunick and Richard Bull
Above The Night from Incognito's 15th studio album "Surreal" (2012)
Written by Jean-Paul Maunick, Matthew Cooper & Natalie Williams
Produced by Jean-Paul 'Bluey' Maunick
Director: Tom Wall
Animation and Production: blinkinLAB
Art Directors: Mitchy Bwoy & Tom Wall
BEHIND THE SCENES of the official video for "Goodbye To Yesterday" from Incognito's 15th studio album "Surreal" (2012)
Incognito 1st Official video from "Surreal" (2012) - Goodbye to Yesterday
Edited version from brand new Incognito's 15th studio album "Surreal" (2012)
Written & Produced by Jean-Paul Maunick & Mo Brandis
Director : Tom Wall
Producer : Satoko Wall
Production Company : blinkinLAB
ALESSIO BERTALLOT presents RaiTunes Podcast : http://www.rai.it/dl/Radio2/sito/PublishingBlock-758c0f60-0af0-4acf-a898-7e7109149fa3-podcast.html
RAITUNES del 24/01/2012
Ren Harvieu - Portishead - Submotion Orchestra - Tricky - Royce Wood Junior - Dego - Speciale Bluey Maunick and Incognito - The Bottletop Band - Xtrah - Olive - Flavia - Franky B - Subsonica
Tune on BBC Radio this Saturday 27th August, Craig Charles presents The Craig Charles Soul All-Nighter: No Sleep ‘Til Breakfast - a 12-hour celebration of soul music across Radio 2 and Radio 6 Music, from 6pm until 6am Sunday morning. A lot of wonderful guests including Bluey!!
Craig kicks off on Radio 2 at 6pm, with his one hour ‘Soul Sampler’, giving you a taste of what’s coming up during the evening.
He then switches to Radio 6 Music for his weekly ‘Craig Charles Funk & Soul Show’.
From 10pm, Craig’s back on Radio 2 for an 8-hour soul marathon…
The remix single is out today at Traxsource : http://www.traxsource.com/index.php?act=show&fc=tpage&cr=titles&cv=109332
exclusively for 2 1/2 weeks before becoming available on itunes and the other main stream digital stores.
Pharoahe Monch - W.A.R. (We Are Renegades) [Album of the year… so far!]
Kurt Elling The Gate (Best remakes of Stevie’s Golden lady & Joe Jackson’s “Steppin' out” to date) [Best Jazz album by far]
There is nothing more satisfying than using your talent to help those in extreme need.
LOVE FOR JAPAN gave me a wonderful opportunity to be active and do something positive as a frustrated observer of a great tragedy. Working with this incredible musical cast for the tsunami relief fund has definitely been one of the highlights of my career.
I have thought long and hard how to describe this effort by leading and highly influential members of the international musical community, and the best way I can do that is to once again quote the late Mother Theresa of Calcutta… “We cannot do great things on this Earth, only small things with great love.”
Though most of the world’s media are no longer focused on Japan, there is great deal of work that needs to be done in the Tsunami affected regions and to provide homes and provisions for the displaced, counseling for the thousands who have lost members of their family (In some cases their entire family) and medical help and therapy for those unable to physically and mentally cope with life.
The Japanese are a strong and proud people, but the scale of this tragedy has been overwhelming, even for this resilient nation.
I hope that this small effort done by all with much love can play a part in bringing some relief and comfort to a people deeply affected by one of the greatest tragedy in human history.
Please support this cause with your purchase of “Love will find a way”.